Liverpool Set To Bring Second Summer Signing To Anfield, Personal Terms Already Agreed
Liverpool are already busy bringing new legs into Anfield ahead of a busy campaign next season.
Right now, there are reports that the club have agreed to a personal term with Roma player Mohamed Salah.
The Egyptian had been heavily linked with a move to Liverpool in recent times, and it appears he is actually Anfield-bound.
According to both Sky Sport Italia and The Times, Salah has verbally agreed to join Liverpool and is set to sign a deal that will see him go home with £90,000 each week.
However, it was added that Jurgen Klopp’s side have not finalised a fee with Salah’s club after their £28 million was rejected by Roma. So, a negotiation is still on with the Serie A club over a transfer fee.
It is understood that Roma wants something closer to £35 Million for the Egypt international. Few hours ago, there were widespread speculations that Liverpool’s German boss Jurgen Klopp had personally spoken to Mohamed in an attempt to convince the player about joining him at the club.
A few hours ago, there were widespread speculations that Liverpool’s German boss Jurgen Klopp had personally spoken to Mohamed in an attempt to convince the player about joining him at the club.
The winger scored 15 goals and provided 11 assists in the just concluded Serie A season for Roma. If the deal should scale through soon, the African would become Jurgen’s second summer signing after they secured a deal for Chelsea youngster Dominic Solanke earlier this week.